Horizon Centre for Doctoral Training – My Life in Data

The Horizon Centre for Doctoral Training (CDT) in My Life in Data is based at the University of Nottingham and is supported by a £9.3 million investment from Research Councils UK, the University of Nottingham and over 30 industry partners. The CDT focuses on digital identity and personal data within the global digital economy, and is affiliated with the Horizon Digital Economy Research Institute. Find out more about the CDT by reading our brochure Broadening horizons in the Digital Economy or by watching our short My Life in Data CDT video.


Horizon CDT News

CDT Studentships available

We are advertising CDT studentships to start in September 2018. Closing date for applications is […]

PhD Studentship in partnership with the Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (DSTL)

Horizon Digital Economy Research Institute – Horizon Centre for Doctoral Training in My Life in […]

Best Paper of CHI 2018 Award

Congratulations to Martin Porcheron (2013 cohort) for receiving a Best Paper of CHI 2018 Award […]

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Horizon CDT Blog Posts

Examining Amazon Echo use in the home

Amazon Echo, and other ‘smartspeaker’ products such as Google Home and Apple Homepod, are marketed […]

Round-up of Recent Research Papers

There have been a few research papers released since my last blog post so thought […]

Roundtable on Uses of Artificial Intelligence in the Criminal Justice System

To what extent can AI/statistical systems support the criminal justice process? Can we rely on […]

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